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For better or for worse, the SAT has been used as a tool to evaluate students since 1926. Both its name and the scoring system
SAT stands for “Scholastic Aptitude Test”; at least, it did initially when it debuted in 1926. Today, college admission counseling groups no longer consider SAT
Our expert counselor Alix C. gave a first-hand presentation on the four principles of extracurriculars for college success. Let’s discuss!
The sun beckons out to relax — and yes, relaxation is very important, but summer is a critical time to build on extracurricular activities.
If you do end up needing a portfolio–for a summer program, contest, scholarship application, or anything else–there is nothing worse than facing a stack of college admission applications… and realizing you haven’t kept track of awards, projects, or even well-written English and history papers. Having concrete examples of student work and accomplishments easily on hand will make your family life much less stressful, especially if you aren’t having to hunt through boxes in the attic to meet a last-minute deadline.